COMMUNITY INVESTMENT

We invest in solutions to real, local social problems.

United Way Niagara works locally to raise funds and invest in programs and services that address complex human and social issues faced by individuals and families in the community. Investments impact those experiencing vulnerability in the community – addressing issues from both an immediate-needs perspective and a future-focused lens.

2023 Funded Partners

Community Fund-supported agencies

  • 211 Ontario

  • Autism Ontario – Niagara Region Chapter

  • Bethlehem Housing and Support Services

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara

  • Birchway Niagara

  • BGC Niagara

  • Bridges Community Health Centre

  • Canadian Mental Health Association of Niagara

  • Community Care of St. Catharines & Thorold

  • Community Care of West Niagara

  • Community Living Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln

  • Community Living Port Colborne – Wainfleet

  • Distress Centre Niagara

  • Epilepsy Niagara

  • Family Counselling Centre Niagara

  • Family Mental Health Support Network of Niagara

  • The FORT (Foundation of Resources for Teens)

  • Fort Erie Multicultural Centre

  • Gillian’s Place

  • Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region

  • Links for Greener Learning

  • Mainstream

  • March of Dimes Canada

  • Meals on Wheels Niagara Falls

  • Meals on Wheels Port Colborne

  • Niagara Centre for Independent Living

  • Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre

  • Niagara Region Sexual Assault Centre (CARSA Inc.)

  • Niagara Regional Learning Centre

  • Niagara Women’s Enterprise Centre

  • Port Cares

  • Positive Living Niagara

  • Quest Community Health Centre

  • Southridge Church

  • St. Vincent de Paul – St. Alfred’s Conference

  • Start Me Up Niagara

  • Strive Niagara

  • The Hope Centre

  • The RAFT (Niagara Resource Service for Youth)

  • Victim Services Niagara

  • West Niagara Palliative Care Services (Rose Cottage)